Edgar Cayce and the Unfulfilled Destiny of Thomas Jefferson Reborn


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Joanne DiMaggio, MA, CHt, is a respected expert in the field of reincarnation and soul writing, which she describes as a written form of meditation. She has been actively involved with Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) since 1987 and has been the coordinator for the Charlottesville, Virginia, team since August 2008.

Joanne is a sought-after lecturer and has given talks on past-life exploration and soul writing to audiences across the United States. She has appeared on nearly 70 radio programs and has written hundreds of magazine articles. Joanne has been professionally pursuing past-life research and therapy for over 30 years. She earned her master’s degree in transpersonal studies and her spiritual mentor certification from Atlantic University. She is also a graduate of the Eastern Institute of Hypnotherapy and completed additional training at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, where she studied under Dr. Irene Hickman, a pioneer in the field of nondirective hypnotherapy.

Joanne is the author of Karma Can Be a Real Pain, Your Soul Remembers, and Soul Writing. She is the founder and director of the Unity Holistic Healing Center, a service of Unity of Charlottesville, where she conducts private past-life regressions and soul writing sessions.

On June 23, 1936, Edgar Cayce, the most renowned psychic of the twentieth century and the father of holistic medicine, gave a life reading for Thomas Jefferson (T. J.) Davis, the two-day-old nephew of his secretary, Gladys Davis. In this reading, Cayce identified one of the child’s past lives as that of Thomas Jefferson, adding this stunning prediction: he “may become more important in the affairs of the WORLD than this entity in its previous experience has been to America—Thomas Jefferson.”

This book examines all the reasons why that prediction never came to fruition. It is an endearing look at the relationship between Cayce and young T. J., who was tutored by Cayce for the first nine years of his life in preparation for the great work ahead of him. But it also explores how decisions made by T. J.’s absentee parents put their son’s soul on a totally different path. For those who make the assumption that a soul that reaches the greatness of a Thomas Jefferson would continue its upward trajectory, this book clearly illustrates the role that free will plays in the outcome of any life. It is a classic case of karma in action, of synchronistic events that make one cringe to think how close and yet how far T. J. was from redeeming the world.

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